Kelly has a passion for working with performing artists, especially dancers, and holds clinical interests in sports medicine, manual therapy, dance technique evaluation, and training proper body mechanics. Through her clinical interests, Kelly has aided in the development and programming of the Performing Arts Medicine Institute with Physical Therapy at St. Luke’s. She has presented online webinars and in-person workshops to dancers on physical and mental health, global well-being, and injury prevention. Kelly believes in an individualized, hands-on treatment approach that utilizes evidence-based practice and patient-centered goals to achieve optimal therapeutic outcomes. Kelly received her Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Physiology, Bachelor of Arts in Dance, and Doctorate in Physical Therapy all from DeSales University. Kelly is currently enrolled in the Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Residency Program with SLUHN, which she will complete in June 2023. Additionally, Kelly is an APTA Credentialed Clinical Instructor, and spends her free time perfecting her own skills as a dancer in a professional contemporary modern company based in Lancaster, PA.